When there's the crisp of Fall in the air... it's time for Autumn sea glass!
This sea glass necklace is perfect with that cozy sweater! The colors just make me want to curl up with a great book.
Please Note: This beaded sea glass necklace comes with both the seed bead necklace and a separate 20" chain for two completely different looks. Simply slip the sea glass off of the beaded necklace and onto the chain for a whole new look!
Glass – whether Sea Glass or the Grade A Japanese seed beads in this necklace– has an allure all its own.The Pumpkin Spice custom seed bead blend Sea Glass necklace features a hand-blended combination of Autumnal sheen, shine, shimmer and opalescence in colors of orange, gold, bronze, amber and burnished reds – these beads are art pieces on their own. And the hand-strung strand is the perfect partner for the pendant-sized Sea Glass focal - here in Bright Amber.
Best of all, you get to choose the length of your necklace, and, we will send you a 20" antiques stainless steel chain so that you can wear your sea glass year 'round.
Please Note: This is beach-found, hand-gathered Real Sea Glass. Your Shorelines Collection Necklace will be custom-made for you. Please allow two to three days for creation!
Your Real Sea Glass
||Seaglass Approximately 3/4"
Japanese Seed Bead Necklace: Choose Your Length
Stainless Steel Findings
Antiqued Stainless Steel Chain
Grade A Japanese Glass Seed Beads
Rarity Scale: 1. Ultra Rare, 2. Extremely Rare, 3. Rare, 4. Scarce, 5. Limited
Quality Scale: 1. Perfect, 2. Very Fine, 3. Fine, 4. Very Good, 5. Good
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What's Included with Your Real Sea Glass
- Real Sea Glass Info Card & Certificate of Authenticity
- A gift pouch
- Sea Glass on an Interchangeable Bail - will accommodate any necklace up to 5.5mm in diameter
- A Grade A Japanese Seed Bead Necklace in the Length of Your Choice
- 20" Antiqued Stainless Steel Chain
- A Sea Glass Jewelry Care Card
- A Real Sea Glass Bookmark (Because you can never have too much sea glass or too many books...)